This incredible challenge pits you against the spectacular adventure playground of the Lake District National Park.
Trek to the summit of one of the Lake District’s most iconic peaks, the Old Man of Coniston, before testing yourself on the off-road mountain bike trails of Grizedale forest, then kayak across iconic Coniston Water.
Day 1 – ARRIVAL
Your weekend will begin on Friday night by meeting your challenge leaders and the rest of the group in the YHA Coniston Holly How for your pre-challenge welcome and safety briefing.
Accommodation is provided at the YHA Coniston Holly How.
Day 2 – CHALLENGE DAY!
You will wake early for a pre-challenge breakfast before beginning the adventure with the tough bike section up the hill and into Grizedale Forest. The forest circuit in the forest is one of the Lake District’s most famous mountain biking locations. You can guarantee you will be well tested on the forest tracks before descending back to Coniston.
Next up is the trek to the summit of the Old Man of Coniston, a classic Lake District mountain. This is an 11km trek to the summit at 803m.
The final section sees you challenge yourself to a circular kayak loop on Coniston Water before you finish this incredible challenge and celebrate your achievements.
Please note: The hire of all bikes, kayaks and safety equipment is included in the challenge.
Sign up and fundraising options
If this sounds like the challenge for you, choose your registration option from above and sign up with our event partners, Charity Challenge. Once signed up, a member of our Sporting Events team will be in touch with all of the information you will need.
Alternatively, email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and assistance with registration.
12-13th May 2022
Option A: Minimum Sponsorship
Option B: Self Funder
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